Apple has settled on a screen size of 4.8-inch for the iPhone 6 an analyst firm has claimed.
However, this is the first that an analyst has claimed that Apple has set the size in stone.
A story published by Digitimes claimed that Apple is working on a 4.7-inch smartphone, while the Chinese analyst that claimed a June launch date also predicted a larger screen.
Cown and Company did not put a date on when the company is likely to launch the new, larger iPhone.
Not a one horse pony
A larger screen is not the only new feature set to debut in the iPhone 6, according to Cowen and Company.
It said the iPhone 6 will also come with 802.11ac, the latest standard in Wi-Fi technology.
The 4.8-inch version may not be the only large iPhone 6 coming though.
Apple, the Chinese analyst claimed, is believed to be working on a second, even larger iPhone – potentially the first iPhone phablet.